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by Scott Corrales
"An UMMO Glossary" One of the most distinctive aspects of the UMMO mythos must be, of course, the strange sounding names and concepts written entirely in

uppercase letters. A concise glossary of 400 Ummite words was

compiled in the late Seventies by Antonio Moya and Ignacio Darnaude,

the latter of whom submitted it to the attention of linguists at a

major university in Seville. The academics were unable to say if the

Ummite words constituted a real language or not -- a fact which

heartened believers in the veracity of UMMO. Here are a few examples

of the Ummite language.

BUUAWAA - soul, spirit

DOROO - magnetic recording

GEE - man

OIWI - year

OEMMII - body


OEMIIA BII- humanization

ONAWO WUA - college of mathematics

UAA - code of ethics

UMMOALEWE - general assembly of UMMO

UMMOTAEEDA - university

WAAM - cosmos

WAAM TOA - cosmology

WOA - God

UMMO -- a name to bewilder researchers with, yet one that delights the true believers. The full panoply of Ummite madness was never unleashed upon the United States, nor indeed the English-speaking world. The putative race of space-farers from the star Wolf 424 was partial to France and Spain, and its network of informants destined the bulk of its reports to recipients in these countries. One

researcher has gone as far as to describe the whole UMMO experience

as "Star Trek made flesh," a phrase which elegantly summarizes the

legacy of millions of words left to us by visitors from another star

Before the reader gets too excited, it is necessary to observe that

like Star Trek, UMMO was merely a work of fiction (a much kinder

description than merely branding it a hoax). The incredible mythos

spun out by Spanish psychologist Jose Luis Jordan Pena had

consequences that went far beyond any hoaxer's expectations.
An Exercise Out of Control

In the mid 1950's, Jose Luis Jordan Pena was elaborating the theory that paranoia was much more widespread among the population than psychiatrists of the time were willing to admit. Jordan Pena

believed that no less than 79% of the population was afflicted, and

proceeded to demonstrate the validity of his theory by concocting

the UMMO affair -- the story of tall, blond and friendly aliens who

had landed near the French locality of Digne. The belief in superstitions such as astrology, flying saucers, spiritism, shamanism, etc., was considered as proof of this paranoia by the

Spanish psychiatrist.
The perpetrator of the hoax of the century penned his own confession in an article entitled "UMMO: Otro Mito Que Hace Crash" for La Alternativa Racional, an Iberian equivalent of The Skeptical

Enquirer. A believer in the concept of "systematical paranoia,"

Jordan Pena put forth beliefs which, in his own words, were imbued

with a certain logic. He didn't limit himself to the theoretical

framework, but actually took steps (by his own admission) to create

a false landing in the Madrid suburb of Aluche, leaving bogus

landing marks behind, and adding to the confusion by availing

himself of a few sheets of polyvinyl fluoride which were unknown in

Spain at the time (a material known as TEDLAR, manufactured by E.

duPont de Nemours for the U.S. space program).
History of A Phantom Planet The physical forgeries, never too impressive to begin with, occupied the backseat to the scientific material dictated by the Ummite--reams of paper filled with information concerning their society, organization, and beliefs in the form of learned reports

aimed at familiarizing humans with their culture, as well as

acquainting humans with their perspective on our affairs, such as

ar, inequality, etc. These reports were allegedly transmitted by

means of dictation to a human typist (who was strictly ordered never

to attempt contact with the addresses), and then sent to scientists,

philosophers, and broad-minded individuals who in the Ummites'

criteria, would be able to understand them and put them to good use.

A considerable amount of the UMMO doctrine was put forward by

Fernando Sesma Manzano, a teacher and journalist who directed the

"Association of Friends of Space Visitors" a loose affiliation of

occultists, writers and saucer buffs who met every Tuesday in the

basement of a Madrid cafe for lengthy tertulias on the subject.

Sesma allegedly had the very first and only telephone conversation

with one of the Ummites, during which he was given the now-classic

introduction to UMMO and its lore:
"It is our wish to inform the planet Earth of our origin and the intentions which have led us to visit you. We come from UMMO, a planet which orbits the star IUMMA, recorded in the astronomical maps of your planet as Wolf 424...the difficulties of comparing and

checking the identifications of your system of astronomical

references against our own is quite indescribable."
Sesma's interlocutor, DEI 98, son of DEI 97, proceeded to explain that UMMO had undergone our own world's bloody turmoil in distant

ages, when it was exploited by brutal tyrants like NA 456, daughter

of NA 312. A child "renown from birth for her intelligence," NA 456

espoused the belief that breakneck scientific development was

critical to UMMO's survival. The entire concept of God (or WOA, in

the Ummite's language) was reinterpreted to mean the collected mass

of Ummites, with NA 456 as the "brain." The youthful dictator

imposed her belief system on billions of Ummites, declaring

emphatically that all those unwilling to make the ultimate sacrifice

for science would be destroyed. UMMO underwent a reign of terror

until NA 456 died under mysterious circumstances, to be succeeded by

her daughter WIE 1, a vain matriarch who put four million Ummites to

As DEI 98 informed Sesma, this rule of terror caused an anti-scientific backlash which culminated in the destruction of everything from libraries to nuclear powerplants. An interest in philosophy and telepathy replaced the lust for science. But perhaps

the most important event of this horrific age on a world many

light-years from earth was the rise of UMMOWOA.
UMMOWOA (the "Redeemer of UMMO") spread the belief in the One True God among his fellows. Scientists, jurists, technicians and workers

flocked to hear the teachings of this simple Ummite, a worker in the

solar power factories on the SIUU Plateau. UMMOWOA's teachings,

compiled in the form of a thousand TAUU (paragraphs), were

distributed around the planet in recorded form. But the authorities

had no truck with UMMOWOA's message of harmony and understanding: he

was arrested, tormented and sentenced to death, only to "disappear"

before the eyes of his captors.
In spite of the strong similarities with Christianity, all that the

humans were interested in learning from DEI 98 was how they had

first become aware of our "small blue marble" light-years away. The

Ummite was only too pleased to elaborate!
An Expedition to Earth In the 1930's, a Norwegian vessel on the high seas had conducted an

experiment in the upper reaches of the radio frequency (400

megacycles). These signals were received on UMMO, and although they

were short in duration, they sufficed to help Ummite astronomers to

pinpoint our location in space.
After much arguing about whether the signals were intelligent or not, the Ummites decided to outfit their first expedition to Earth, arriving on our world in March 1950. One of the earliest problems, according to the Ummites, in establishing contact with humans is

that their race is almost completely telepathic, since the vocal

chords atrophy and are useless beyond a certain age. Thence the

importance of establishing written communication. A large number of

the Ummites chosen for the expedition to Earth belonged to a

minuscule segment of their society that actually had use of their

vocal chords.
The Ummites were not at all hesitant in providing descriptions of their homeworld. The planet UMMO was similar to our own in most

respects, with oceans, a single continental landmass, and with

considerable volcanic activity -- some of the Ummite volcanoes spew

clouds of incandescent gas for many miles into the atmosphere,

adding a glow to the evening skies that the Ummites consider highly

attractive. The physical conditions of their world cause Ummites to

be tormented by a number of afflictions, most distressing among them

a sort of madness that causes the telepathic collapse of an

otherwise rational member of society. Ummites have extremely

delicate fingertips, and the simple act of holding a cold glass is

excruciatingly painful to them.
Hard Science While the Ummites neo-Catholic version of theology may have been all the proof some followers needed, the hard, cold formality of Ummite

science was constituted pay dirt to others.

Recipients of the UMMO reports dealing with the secrets contained

within the propulsion systems of their OAWOLEA UWEA OEM (spacecraft)

were fascinated by the presentation of the concepts. UMMO's physics

bore no relation to terrestrial physics, and their scientists

considered Earth's view of space simplistic, since it didn't factor

in a veritable legion of algebraic and geometrical concepts. Space,

they explained, consisted of an indefinite number of dimensions, ten

of which had been mastered by Ummite technology. Perhaps most

distressing to the human recipients was the statement that subatomic

particles were merely "the various orientations obtainable in space

by the IBOZOO UU (dimensional axises)" -- according to the manner in

which the axises were aligned, the spaceships could become mass,

matter, energy or any form of radiation. A series of dimensional

shifts enabled the Ummite saucers to take shortcuts in space that

deviated "from the standard mode of diffusion of light." This

ability allowed the Ummites to make the trip between UMMO and our

own world in eight or nine months, crossing an interstellar gulf of

14.6 light years.
Scientists like Juan Dominguez in Spain and Jean-Pierre Petit were

riveted by these concepts and were counted among UMMO's staunchest

defenders in the scientific community. Petit, in particular, was

captivated by the Ummite concept of WAAM-WAAM, the "pluricosmos" or

"multiverse" that was the cornerstone of Ummite philosophy.
The Snowball Effect The attractive belief in benign, human-like aliens from a kindred world somewhere in the cosmos could have not found more fertile ground, and the UMMO mythology went from being a clever trick played

by a psychologist to a social phenomenon spread like a contagion

from researcher to researcher and onto the public.

Jordan Pena insisted that he had at first tried pouring the

proverbial cold water on the entire subject, but that the snowball

effect had wrenched any control he may have imagined that he had

over his creation. The reports allegedly dictated by the Ummites

were mimeographed and photocopies to researchers all over Spain and

overseas by zealous "spreaders of the word".
A religion had been born. Even more distressing to the creator was the fact that clandestine "UMMO reports" were mushrooming everywhere, discussing a range of subjects that went far beyond the original ones, such as the veracity of the Shroud of Turin.
The diffusion of the so-called UMMO message, ironic though it may now seem, contravened the rules that the experimenter had lain down for the project. In a letter to fellow researchers written in the 1990s, Jordan Pena stressed the "code of ethics": to limit the

diffusion of the myth (made impossible by the publication of books

on the subject); the repeated admonition "do not believe us" that

characterized the UMMO documents; the avoidance of any financial

contamination of the experiment; avoidance of any possible

identification with a cult; to culturally enrich the reader by means

of the allegedly extraterrestrial reports. In one paragraph of this

letter, the psychiatrist bemoans the fact that French scientist Jean

Pierre Petit's reputation was "burned" by his steadfast defense of

the reality of UMMO. But despite of the good doctor's protestations,

a dark side to his involvement in the UMMO affair was beginning to

take shape.

El Ojo Critico, a serious newsletter published by a diligent and

resourceful group of young Spanish UFO researchers collectively

referred to a "the third generation of ufologists" shocked believers

in the UMMO mythos and scandalized their elders with the accusing

The article, penned by journalist and television personality Manuel Carballal, stated succinctly that "after 25 years of continuing mystery, it has been the "new wave" of UFO researchers who has shed light upon one of the greatest hoaxes ever perpetrated in ufology on

an international level--the UMMO affair."
Carballal went on to describe how researchers Carles Berche, Jose J. Montejo and Javier Sierra, among others, were the first to discover that noted parapsychologist Jose Luis Jordan Pena was in fact the

intellectual mastermind of the hoax. This allegation would have

remained pure speculation had Jose Luis Jordan Pena himself not

chosen to step forward and admit his role in the hoax, using the

pretext that it had all been a "scientific experiment" aiming at

gauging the level of gullibility among Spanish researchers of the

1960s and '70s. Further research into the matter uncovered far less

sanguine motives.
Trinidad Pastrana, an occultist from Madrid, revealed herself as

having played the role of the mysterious "Marisol,"(note de vog: les américains sont les seuls à parler de cette personne, tous les autres désignent Mercedes Carrasco dans le rôle de Marisol.) who served as a

mediator between the aliens from the supposed planet UMMO and their

human contacts. According to Pastrana, she had made use of the

telephone to transmit many of the alleged alien communications, and

took advantage of trips abroad by friends or relatives to deposit

letters with Ummite messages in the postal services of foreign

countries, leading UMMO followers to believe that there was indeed a

worldwide network (conveniently headquartered in remote Australia)

of alien "visitors" combing our planet as part of their

reconnaissance activities. But most shocking of all was Pastrana's

admission that the messages had all been dictated to her by none

other than Jose Luis Jordan Pena, whom she had met during a radio

program on paranormal phenomena and who had later hypnotized her,

subjecting her to sexual abuse.
Mercedes Carrasco, the second "UMMO messenger", claimed to have met Jordan Pena in the early Seventies at a meeting of the Center for

Paranormal Studies and agreed to undergo hypnosis, first in the

presence of witnesses and later alone. She alleged that the

parapsychologist later took to writing her letters "masquerading as

an Indian guru" and telling her that "in another lifetime" Jordan

had been an abusive military man who was guilty of committing

excesses, and that she had been a domineering woman who had kept him

enslaved. In order to balance the "karmic debt," she would have to

endure a sadomasochistic relationship with him.

The Loose Ends It would be easy enough to stop writing at this point and considered the UMMO affair "solved." Too many loose ends persist, and some of them are significant enough to explain why the public hasn't fully

accepted the explanation of UMMO as a hoax.
First and foremost are the questions surrounding the landing of the Ummite spaceship [with the )+( logo on its undercarriage] at San Jose de Valderas in 1967. While the spaceship photographs have been

proven fake by computer analysis, where did Jordan Pena obtain

access to the strips of TEDLAR, a material destined to a highly

sensitive military use? Where did the psychiatrist secure the

ninety-nine percent pure nickel tubes containing the TEDLAR strips?

Wouldn't it be more logical to suppose that somebody gave him these

The possibility that the entire UMMO experience may have been a sort of secret war or battle of nerves between warring intelligence

agencies has been approached by a number of researchers, most

notably Jacques Vallee. It is also possible that "Project UMMO," for

want of a better name, came to an end when the intelligence agencies

in question achieved their goal. Those who swallowed the myth hook,

line and sinker, unable to bring the magnificent little universe to

an end, continued it with their own "reports" and "letters." When

they ran out of scientific material, the gravitated toward a far

simpler doctrine of harmony and love whose comprehension did not

require an advanced degree. This is evidenced by the frequent UMMO

conventions held in major Spanish cities and which are sponsored by

prestigious individuals who talk long into the night no longer about

interstellar propulsion systems but about UMMO's doctrines of peace

and love.
Veteran UFO researcher Raymond Fowler observed in his book UFOs: Interplanetary Visitors that in the event of massive open contact with a benevolent advanced alien civilization, many elements of the

civilian population would actually "transfer their allegiance" to

the newcomers due to their advanced wisdom and power. If the arrival

of a fleet of disc-shaped vehicles from UMMO were imminent, would

their terrestrial followers obey their elected officials, or would

they unhesitatingly run to meet their "elder brothers"? Could this

be the reaction UMMO was meant to gauge?



Au CEAFI - Centre d'Etudes Astronomiques et de Phénomènes Insolites,

nous avons toujours montré de sérieuses réserves quant à l'authenticité de certaines affaires, et parmi celles qui nous semblaient le moins crédibles, ce fut celle dont on devait constater en 1997, qu'il s'agissait d'un gigantesque canular, dont la version tenue pour véritable s'est maintenue pendant plusieurs années comme une "couverture" entourant quelques chercheurs ufologiques.

Il s'agit du cas UMMO.

Dans les annales de l'ufologie contemporaine, on peut considérer le cas UMMO comme une "histoire" de rencontres directes pratiquement parfaite. Soutenu par des enquêteurs ufologiques, notamment par l'Espagnol António Ribera, et celui qui était son fervent adepte au Portugal: Joaquim Fernandes, qui avaient la prétention de donner une certaine crédibilité aux présumées preuves et témoignages-photographiques existantes. En effet, Antonio Ribera, a pratiquement dès la première heure appuyée la véracité du cas, en publiant plusieurs livres sur cette matière, e.a. les titres suivants parus au Portugal:

"Somos vigiados pelos OVNI's ?",
"O mistério de UMMO",
"UMMO: a incrível verdade"
"UMMO informa o planeta terra",

Ces livres et plusieurs autres du même auteur, ont été traduits dans diverses langues et qui évidemment, lui ont rapporté pas mal d'argent.

En tant que journaliste Ribera réussit même a publier 1966 dans les organes officiels espagnols de communication sociale, et il produisit un certain impact avec ces présumés extraterrestres de UMMO, en provenance d'une planète qui orbite autour de l'étoile Wolf-424, qui auraient ici, une colonie sur Terre, mais il ne parvenait pas à convaincre l'ufologue Óscar Rey Brea, premier chercheur ufologique en Espagne, et qui fut reconnu comme tel dès 1945.
Ainsi, en analysant les déclarations et les témoignages et plusieurs photos, en 1967 Oscar Rey Brea alerta Antonio Ribera pour le mettre en garde contre les conséquences que cette fraude pouvaient avoir. Indigné par l'attitude moqueuse d'Antonio Ribera, Rey Brea fit publier dans les mêmes journaux, le 16 janvier 1968, une lettre ouverte contenant cette phrase: "Je ne sais pas ce qui vous anime, ni ce qui vous motive réellement pour affirmer que les ovnis seraient des engins transportant des humanoïdes du système solaire Wolf-424. Mais cela me semble complètement irresponsable de votre part ".
José Luis Jordan Peña, l'idéologue qui inventa le cas UMMO, et qui assumait l'entière responsabilité du canular, confessa en 1997: "Je regrette d'avoir monté de toutes pièces une expérience immorale qui a fini par se retourner contre moi. Personne ne peut imaginer que tout au long de ces années ont surgi par ma faute des sectes dangereuses comme "Edelweiss", "Os amigos e irmãos dos UMMONITAS"; Je me sens responsable du degré de folie atteint par mon ami Luis Anglada Font".

Jordan Peña créateur de la fraude nommée UMMO
Il est à la base du commerce lucratif (cela a rapporté des millions) dans lequel se négociaient les "preuves d'OVNI de UMMO": photos montrant des objets volants non identifiés, photos de traces d'atterrissage des nefs Ummites, Jordan Peña a même fini par solliciter d'un technicien de la NASA quelques petits échantillons d'un matériel plastique utilisé dans les jointures des fusées et autres missiles, dont la composition était essentiellement constitué de fluorure de polyvinyle, inconnu en Espagne, puisqu'à l'époque on n'y utilisait qu'à peine les premiers chlorures de Polyvinyle. Sur les échantillons obtenus il a pris soin d'imprimer en bas relief et à l'aide d'un moulage servant de matrice, le prétendu symbole Ummite.
Dans ce travail il était aidé par ses amis et complices, parmi lesquels Mercedes Carrasco e Trinidad , qui se faisait passer pour une extraterrestre du nom de Marisol; d'autres encore mettaient leur voyages à l'étranger à profit pour poster de là-bas des lettres ou effectuer des appels téléphoniques pour transmettre les "messages de la planète Ummo" à des Espagnols crédules.

Tous ceux qui avec Pena étaient commis dans ce canular, ont appuyé et même se sont trouvés ouvertement ou de manière plus voilée, a la base de la création des sectes comme:

1. la "Fraternidade Cósmica" (note de vog: ce n'est pas tout à fait exact, il y a d'abord le faux pape Clément 15, puis le contacté italien Eugenio Siragusa, ensuite seulement les Espagnols);

2. "DEI-98";

3. et surtout "EDELWEISS" qui avec un plaisir sadique marquait au fer rouge les bras des enfants de ses adeptes au symbole Ummo.

4. Il y eut aussi "PIROPHOS", (note de vog: secte créée uniquement par Pena, celle-ci, du moins c’est ce qu’il affirme) secte pseudo-hinduiste qui recruta surtout des avocats, des banquiers et des économistes, mais où l'on pratiquait des expériences sexuelles du type sado-maso, sous l'étique "d'étude scientifique de typologie sociale".
Face à ces situations grotesques, le chercheur ufologique, Javier Serra, vint à la conclusion dans les années 70, après un long travail d'analyse de tous les éléments se référant au cas Ummo, que le principal auteur de cette mauvaise farce ne pouvait être que Jordan Peña, et qu'il perdait tout contrôle sur le mouvement qu'il avait créé, puisqu'il y avait de sérieux indices que dès 1973, il y avait eu une probable récupération par un quelconque service secret, du genre C.I.A.
Plus tard il s'avéra qu'il ne s'agissait pas du tout de la CIA mais de la SECED, services secrets espagnols ayant succédé à la CESID mise sur pied par Carrero Blanco (mort, des années plus tard, victime d'un attentat). En effet, la CESID se déplaçait souvent dans la Sociedade Espanhola de Parapsicologia créée par Jordan Pena, pour s'assurer qu'aucun médium "doué" ne pouvait user de ses facultés à des fins de révolte ou d'émeutes. Des agents de l'organisation étaient entrés comme membres dans le petit groupe s'occupant de Ummo afin d'avoir sous contrôle tout élément recueilli. L'un d'eux affirma qu'il existait alors un "atelier" nommé "APOCALYPSE" où étaient traitées toutes les données concernant les sectes, les ovni et toute chose qui pouvait affecter la sûreté de l'état comme l'introduction de faux extraterrestres, qui n'étaient par exemple que des agents infiltrés de pays ennemis de l'Espagne.
Il faut se souvenir que José Jordan Peña, était professeur de physique et de mathématiques à l'Institut d'Enseignement Secondaire Lopes de Vega, et qu'il a garde des contacts, depuis toujours, non seulement avec des universitaires, mais avant tout avec tous les ufologues connus, et que son analyse de la situation était qu'il fallait un atterrissage d'ovni à Madrid pour que son canular ait un semblant de vérité dès le départ.
On sait que les présumées photos sont l'œuvre de Vicente Ortuño et comment Pena et lui ont fabriqué les maquettes devant servir de disques volants. Il l'a suffisamment expliqué lui-même.
© e Investigação de J. Garrido
@ mail : --- jgarrido @ esoterica.pt

Discussion de l'extrait traitant d'Ummo, à titre principal, dans "Révélations" de Jacques Vallée, édition de la collection " J'ai Lu " sous le numéro 3672. Version première édition française chez Robert Laffont, en 1992.

Par Jean Pollion, après analyse minutieuse des documents en référence. Mes commentaires sont en encre rouge.
Présentation de l'homme, par la 4ème de couverture du livre.

Jacques Vallée
Astrophysicien de formation et informaticien de profession,

il est né en France puis s'est installé aux États-Unis en 1962.

Il vit maintenant en Californie avec sa femme et ses deux enfants.

Il a publié une douzaine de livres (la plupart en anglais) qui

représentent plus d'un million d'exemplaires imprimés.
Je note qu'il est présenté comme informaticien de profession, car l'information est d'importance !
Extrait des pages 111 et 112 :
Les sept pièges du faux raisonnement
Piège numéro un: la transitivité de l'étrangeté
Nous sommes tous enclins à commettre cette erreur qui se développe comme suit: quelqu'un fait une déclaration très étrange que j'appellerai (A). (A) pourrait être, par exemple, l'affirmation: "Je suis en contact avec une civilisation extraterrestre. " Quand on demande à cette personne d'en apporter la preuve, elle fait une seconde déclaration tout aussi étrange que l'on appellera (B). Par exemple: " Ils m'ont donné le pouvoir de tordre votre petite cuillère par le simple fait d'y penser. "

Naturellement, vous allez récuser cette deuxième affirmation en disant quelque chose comme: "Ah! vraiment? Eh bien, prouvez-le! "

Dans les minutes qui suivent, la personne en question fait passer votre petite cuillère de l'état de trésor de famille à celui de pauvre bout de métal et inutilisable, vous laissant émerveillé et le souffle coupé. A partir de ce moment-là, vous allez probablement raconter à tous vos amis que la personne en question est réellement en contact avec les extraterrestres.

Un penseur indépendant aurait, au contraire, perçu la logique de l'illusion. Le sujet a seulement démontré l'affirmation (B), c'est-à-dire le fait qu'il pouvait tordre votre cuillère. Nous pourrions nous interroger pour savoir si ce talent provient de pouvoirs paranormaux qui peuvent être latents chez chacun de nous ou s'il s'agit d'une supercherie. Mais cela ne prouve en aucune façon l'affirmation (A), c'est-à-dire la réalité d'un contact avec des civilisations de l'espace!

L'esprit humain, prompt à tirer des conclusions hâtives, a établi une transition (B est vrai, il a été énoncé dans le contexte de A, donc A doit être vrai ) qui est complètement injustifiée.
Cette analyse et les conclusions à en tirer sont correctes et parfaitement justifiées. Je l'ai extraite et notée ici pour y faire référence, car Monsieur Vallée y fait plusieurs fois appel en une dizaine de pages ( pas à l'argument, mais au procédé ! ).
Chapitre 4 , commençant à la page 128 .
Le scénario idéal pour un contact entre l'humanité et une race extraterrestre commencerait par une série d'observations incontestables de leurs engins, faites par de nombreux témoins indépendants et crédibles. Pour convaincre la communauté scientifique et le public averti, ces observations devraient être accompagnées de photos détaillées et, mieux encore, de preuves matérielles sous la forme de traces au sol et de résidus tangibles.
Une fois le contact établi, on s'attendrait à ce que les extraterrestres apprennent assez bien notre langue pour nous dire qui ils sont et pourquoi ils sont venus. Ensuite, ils nous fourniraient les détails de leurs réalisations scientifiques afin que nous puissions les analyser nous-mêmes.
Or, si l'on en croit les ufologues espagnols les mieux informés, toutes ces conditions ont désormais été remplies par des extraterrestres venant d'Ummo, avec lesquels ces chercheurs ont eu des contacts réguliers depuis plusieurs années. Non seulement l'histoire est intéressante, mais elle peut fournir un éclairage nouveau sur la vaste tapisserie des phénomènes paranormaux et sur les mécanismes les plus profonds des croyances humaines.

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